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Leigh Catchment Group - Yarrowee River Walk, Talk & Survey

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Leigh Catchment Group (LCG) is a network of eight Landcare groups in the Corangamite region of South West Victoria.

An educational walk, talk and survey stroll around the Yuille Station Reserve wetlands on 28 March from 10.00am to 12.00pm will be hosted by the Leigh Catchment Group. This activity is part of the "Breathing Life Back into the Yarrowee Project".

Image from Leigh Catchment Group Facebook page

The morning will be spend talking and exploring nature. Topics include discussing the Yarrowee project, local flora, bushfoods and more. A bird and water bug survey to get to know our local wildlife.

Image from Leigh Catchment Group Facebook page

Activities will be provided for the kids to engage them with nature.

Please BYO water and sunscreen. Walking shoes recommended.

Come and discover Ballarat's Yarrowee River from 10.00am to 12.00pm on 28 March.
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Why? Breathing life back into the Yarrowee River
When: 28 March
Phone: 0409 585 998
Where: Yuille Station Reserve Carpark (off Vickers St), Sebastopol
Cost: Free
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